Dilit Italian School

Italian through Film-Making

This course offers students the chance to learn Italian through the well-known and articulated medium, Italian Cinema, culminating in the making of a short film. The students, under the guidance of a professional film director, get first-hand experience in the designing and implementation of each stage of film-making: story writing, choosing the location, transforming the story into a script, choosing costumes, make-up and props, rehearsals (including work on pronunciation, intonation and body language), and selecting background music. A professional videocamera and other film-set equipment is then used to carry out filming in the full sense of the word.

Afterwards the students and director view the footage and analyse and select scenes suitable for the final version of the film.

During all stages of the work students have to use the Italian language continuously and naturally. At the end of the course each participant teceives a copy of the short film on DVD.

This course is quite compatible with some Italian Language Courses.

Course information:

Minimum age: 16

Group size: 1-5

Levels: A2+

N°. of weeks: 2

Lessons per week: 15

Course Timetable:

From Monday to Friday; from 15.00

Course fees

Course fee includes:

15 lessons/week and all materials

Enrolment fee:

€ 80. Payable once only, on enrolment; valid for all courses and programmes (except Internship Programme = € 130) for 12 months. Enrolment fee includes all reception services (accommodation placement, certificates, etc.), use of school facilities, insurance for all activities organized by the school, seminars and social activities ( except dinners, concerts, operas, visits and excursions).

Course Fee:

€ 900

Test your level

This course requires a specific minimum language level. If you have doubts or if you want to know your level you can do a test online here.

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